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Hipaso de Metaponto
His life: -Hipaso de Metaponto was a mathematician, philosopher and music theorist. He was member of the Pythagoras´ school.
His life: -He was born in the year 500 B.C at Metaponto, a Greek city located in the Tarento´s gulf, in the south of Itali...
Discoverings: -The building of a dodecahedron inside a sphere.
Discoverings: -The  incommensurability.
Discoverings: -People think he discovered the existence of the irrational numbers when Pythagoreans thought everything was...
curiosities -There are different hypothesis about his death:  he died in a shipwreck, he commited a suicide or the Pythago...
Curiosities -Metaponto´s character appears in a short-movie about the origins of the number FI and about his precense on t...
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Trabajo sobre Hipaso de Metaponto presentado y elaborado por Pedro, Cecilia y Marisa

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  1. 1. Hipaso de Metaponto
  2. 2. His life: -Hipaso de Metaponto was a mathematician, philosopher and music theorist. He was member of the Pythagoras´ school.
  3. 3. His life: -He was born in the year 500 B.C at Metaponto, a Greek city located in the Tarento´s gulf, in the south of Italia.
  4. 4. Discoverings: -The building of a dodecahedron inside a sphere.
  5. 5. Discoverings: -The incommensurability.
  6. 6. Discoverings: -People think he discovered the existence of the irrational numbers when Pythagoreans thought everything was based on rational numbers and because of that, he was expelled of the school.
  7. 7. curiosities -There are different hypothesis about his death: he died in a shipwreck, he commited a suicide or the Pythagoreans killed him.
  8. 8. Curiosities -Metaponto´s character appears in a short-movie about the origins of the number FI and about his precense on the nature.

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